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One of the biggest mistakes singers make is placing their vocal sound out in front of their mouth. Once the sound is out of your body, you no longer have control of it. Placement and breath control...
Screaming is as much a part of rock music as rebellion and angst, and unfortunately most singers don’t have a clue how to do it without leaving themselves unable to talk after shows, let alone sing...
Extraneous movements of your face and mouth get in the way of your singing, and are a telltale sign of tension and straining. Use this technique to begin gaining flexibility and control of your voi...
Bottom up, top down, side to side; what are all these different kinds of singing, and which one works the best and why? All the best singers have learned that the only way to sing with complete fre...
So many singers avoid getting a vocal coach because they’re scared they’re not going to like the way their voice sounds after getting training. All too often, singers don’t take a single lesson unt...
A great trick to sing high notes without straining is covering, or altering the placement of your voice. This simple technique will get you pointed in the right direction, and on the path to singin...
One of the harder things to pull off is singing consonants without letting them throw your voice forward and out of balance. This video gives you tips on how to control your consonants instead of l...
Time sure flies when you're busy and having fun! I whole-heartedly agree because this year has been one adventure after another. We rang in the new year in NYC singing and living it up before I wen...
You ve never met a family like the Kuhbrots! Chicago Folks Operetta presents The Cousin from Nowhere JULY 2 TO 17 STAGE 773 1225 W. Belmont St. TICKETS When a stranger appears out of Nowhere one mo...
If you've been singing for a while, then you've probably blown your voice out at some point, and nothing feels worse as a singer. Your range is gone, your voice is scratchy sounding, and you feel l...
The engine that drives your singing is breath support from your lower diaphragm. This video takes the mystery out of "stomach breathing", and shows you exactly how to start singing with power from ...
Lots of singers go their entire lives thinking they have low voices, and can't ever sing higher notes the way they want to. I've even had vocal coaches tell me that I had to accept the voice I have...
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